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world series champions, chicago cubs. daveed diggs. musical guest, muna. and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 566! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, please. hey, welcome. thank you very much. welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome. [ cheers and applause ] welcome. welcome to "the tonight show," everybody. you made it. you're here. this is it.
thank you so much for being here, you guys. here's what people are talking about. of course, the election is finally here, and tomorrow, people who cast their vote will receive one of those "i voted" stickers. actually, with such a crazy election, they're going with a a different sticker this year. "so, that happened." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] but it seems like everyone's trying to get out to vote. in fact, gold's gym is giving anyone with an "i voted" tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ] yeah. you can go from voting straight to the gym. if you can squeeze in a visit to the dentist, it will be the worst day of your life. just get it all done. [ applause ] and listen to this. "the new york times" reported that people running donald trump's campaign have blocked him from using twitter. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] more accurately, they've
a calculator, and he still hasn't noticed. [ laughter and applause ] get this. sources say that trump is already finalizing his cabinet in case he wins tomorrow. yeah. rudy giuliani would be attorney general. [ audience groans ] newt gingrich would be secretary of state. and chris christie would be the wall. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] and hey! that's not -- that seems rude. >> steve: i don't think that is true. >> jimmy: that seems -- that just seems -- >> steve: seems incredibly rude. >> jimmy: a little rude. >> >> jimmy: this is interesting. i read that out of the 100 largest newspapers in america, hillary has been endorsed by 57, while trump has only been endorsed by two. most shocking part of that story is that america still has 100 newspapers. [ laughter and applause ] cool. wow. but the president isn't the only thing people are voting for tomorrow. that's right. voters in nine states will vote to legalize marijuana. >> yes!
>> jimmy: and if that doesn't pass, you'll just have to keep easily getting weed from your dealer. so, that's -- [ applause ] what the hell, man? i texted you over 20 minutes ago. that's right. five states will vote for recreational, three states for medicinal, and colorado will vote for mandatory. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: really? >> jimmy: yeah, mandatory. >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: thiski samsung just -- this is real. samsung just recalled 3 million of its washing machines over reports that they've been exploding. [ laughter ] when asked why they didn't call sooner, samsung said, "we were too afraid to pick up the phone. everything is blowing up." [ cheers and applause ] everything's blowing up in the office! what is going on? [ laughter ] what is happening? you guys see this?
[ laughter ] on his way to a nascar race. [ laughter ] yeah. the cop who managed to catch him quit his job and became a a nascar driver. it's like, i caught you? [ cheers and applause ] i'm fantastic. how did i do that? i saw this thing today that made me laugh. i saw that somebody figured out how to hook up a big mouth billy bass to an amazon alexa device. [ laughter ] i feel like it's juse just take a look at this. >> alexa, what's the weather? >> currently, in cambridge, it's 45 degrees with showers. tonight, you can look for rainy weather with a low of 43 degrees. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: that's fantastic. that's amazing stuff. so, that clip -- that clip reminds me, tomorrow voters in nine states will vote on marijuana legalization.
so, guys, as i said before, election day is tomorrow. get out and vote. obviously, the two candidates have been out on the campaign trail, but so has president obama, and the more i see obama in the news, the more i realize that he has a very expressive face. it's like he has thousands of different facial expressions, one for every occasion. now, we all know the classics like this one, "the determined yet hopeful." [ light laughter ] but there's a lot more that you just don't see as often, which means it's time for another edition of "obama expres here we go. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: this first lesser known expression is from a a meeting obama attended. take a look. it's called the "must stay awake." [ applause ] this next one is from a white house event for kids. it's called "the ain't no thang."
next one is pretty obvious. it's called the "i'm going to look concerned until my translator lets me know what the hell it is he's saying." [ applause ] this next one is from a a campaign event. it's called "cool story, bro." [ applause ] next one was taken outside the white house. it's called the "whazzup." [ cheers and applause ] this one's a pretty famous expression these days. it's called the, "trump shouldn't be president, hm, ya think?" [ cheers and applause ] and finally, there's this one. it's called the "totally missed this guy's question because i zoned out thinking about the 'gilmore girls' reunion." there you go, those are the obama expressions. we have a great show tonight.
[ cheers and applause ] ? ? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, thank you guys. thank you, roots. thank you, guys. what a hot crowd tonight. hot crowd! >> steve: hot, hot, hot! >> jimmy: love it. excited. i love you right back. it is monday. coming up. on wednesday, eddie redmayne and lily collins will be here. [ cheers and applause ] we're going to play a game of "know it all." be sure to tune in for that. plus martha wainwright will perform for us. then later this week, from the giant new movie "arrival," amy adams and jeremy renner will be joining us. [ cheers and applause ] gonna be fun. but first, we have a big show tonight. he's the host of hbo's "real time with bill maher." bill maher is here tonight! >> steve: yes!
funny, funny, funny. great stand-up. you've seen bill's stand-up, right? >> steve: yeah, many times. >> jimmy: you probably even worked with him, right? >> steve: back in the day. >> jimmy: back in the day, yeah. >> steve: back when i used to work. >> jimmy: i want to get him out here. yeah. [ light laughter ] plus these guys are having a a pretty good week. from the world series, champions chicago cubs -- [ cheers and applause ] anthony rizzo, dexter fowler and mvp ben zobrist are all dropping by. the cubbies! >> steve: go cubs, go! >> jimmy: the cubbies. oh man. >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: there's more show too. joining us tonight, he won a a tony award for his role in "hamilton," daveed diggs is on the show. >> steve: yes! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: talented rapper as well as an actor. and we have great music from muna. oh! [ cheers and applause ] it's going to be good. it's a good show tonight.
she's the best. we love her. she's very talented, incredible musician. but one thing i didn't know, she's a very fierce competitor. before the show i popped into her dressing room to say and ended up getting into a little friendly competition. it wound up getting pretty intense. check it out. >> jimmy: alicia, do you know what time it is? >> yep. >> both: ultimate staring contest. ? coffee? >> sure. >> jimmy: say when. ? you want to get some sushi? >> totally. ? >> jimmy: got one. ? >> i'm going to instagram this.
>> jimmy: hey, ever been to the tenth floor? some amazing views up there. >> oh, that sounds nice. ? wow. >> jimmy: beautiful, right? ? >> questlove: guys! >> ah! >> jimmy: gosh, quest, you ruined our staring contest. >> questlove: really sorry. look, i was just going to say, you know like we're always looking at the views from the tenth floor? see the 12th floor. ? beautiful, right? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to alicia keys. her new album, "here," is available in stores and on itunes. oh, we love her. we'll be right back with the very funny bill maher, ladies and gentlemen.
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funny, very talented man. he hosts the popular, long-running television show, "real time with bill maher", which you can see friday nights at 10:00 p.m. on hbo. please welcome bill maher, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: look at that. bill maher on the show. [ cheers and applause ] >> well, you warmed them up so well for me. >> jimmy: before election day. >> you've become such a good monologist, jimmy. really. >> jimmy: really? thank you, i appreciate that. i want to talk to you about -- this is very, this is a big deal. anyone following you knows that you've been trying to interview the president of the united states. >> long time, yes. >> jimmy: yeah. >> yes. it took eight years and a a petition. >> jimmy: yeah. >> to get a guy i gave a a million dollars to --
>> that's usually an indication you're a fan. but yeah, we were there this week. it was a thrill to be back there. oh, yes. >> jimmy: you ran this photo out there. that's unbelievable. [ cheers and applause ] i'm happy that happened. >> i mean, i wish -- i wish he could be president again. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: some people agree. >> not that hillary would not be a great president, because -- not a great candidate. >> jimmy: not a great candidate. >> no. she campaigns like a hospice nurse. [ laughter ] thank you. the band liked it. i do it for the band. >> jimmy: yeah, you do it for the band. you get the band laughin' -- >> she's got a laugh like she just tricked snow white into eating an apple. [ laughter ] but she would make a fine president. that's what you have to understand. [ cheers and applause ] this is not -- i know you have a young audience. >> jimmy: i do.
been around, because you're young. >> jimmy: yeah, you can talk to the camera. this is the young people camera. >> i see. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, got some nice music there. ? >> i'll talk to you. >> jimmy: okay. i don't want to put to much pressure. >> but you know, they haven't seen many elections. i've seen many. you've seen more than a few. and this has never happened before, this kind of an election. where russia hacked one party's e-mails, right? you know this. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you know this, right? one party's -- one side. and the fbi is okay with the -- the fbi is our internal police force. they are supposed to not take sides. they're with russia. i thought they were the enemy. okay? this is -- >> jimmy: it's crazy. >> scary. >> jimmy: yeah, it is scary. >> when one side starts calling the other side criminal -- i mean, you may not like hillary clinton or agree with her policies, although, i don't know why.
[ light laughter ] >> jimmy: pretty interesting, yeah. >> what did they find? they looked everywhere. i mean, her e-mails were intermingled with anthony weiner's. no wonder she wiped her server. i would have had it boiled. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: had it boiled. >> but what did they find? a tireless government nerd who never stops working for you. >> jimmy: yeah. >> what a criminal. you know? i mean, [ bleep ] gate was only a month ago. >> jimmy: mm-hmm. [ laughter ] yeah. >> right? [ cheers and applause ] and it really bothers me that america has just absorbed this. you know? like -- right. see? somebody's with me on this. it's ridiculous! i mean, this guy, you know, "locker room talk." locker room talk? i've been involved in locker room talk. locker room talk, you've done
locker room talk is, like, "boy, she certainly is attractive. i'd like to put my erect penis inside of her." [ laughter ] that's an attractive -- >> jimmy: what locker room is this? [ laughter ] >> the locker room at cornell, jimmy. [ light laughter ] >> but it's hypothetical. "i would like to." that's not what he said. he said, "this is what i do. i kiss people without permission. i grab them in the crotch. and by the way, givea again." >> jimmy: yeah. >> gop! [ light laughter ] gop now stands for "grab our [ bleep ]." >> jimmy: no, it does not. [ laughter and applause ] ? maybe. maybe. we're not sure. [ cheers and applause ] can't believe everything you read on the internet. all right, so -- [ laughter ] so you're rooting for trump, is that what you're saying? >> it's not funny. i mean, it's funny, and we are
it's not funny. >> jimmy: no, yeah. >> because, i mean, this is a a whole different thing. i mean, and i did a mea culpa on my show friday night. i said, you know, i talked about mitt romney, george bush, reagan, mccain like it was the end of the world. it would never have been the end of the world with those guys. this is different. [ cheers and applause ] this guy is different. they have no respect for the rule of law. it's only about vengeance. people say, can he win? can he win? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's sometimes the best way to do it. of course. >> and also, i'm scared because, you know, democrats never figured out, really, how to beat trump. every time he went down, it was by his own doing. you said it in your monologue. now they took away his phone. you want to trust the guy with the nuclear codes, like obama said, who you can't trust with the phone? [ light laughter ] no, i think what the democrats
you know, when the cops can't figure out how to beat the serial killer, they get another serial killer to work with them who knows how the guy thinks. that's what we -- we got to find another narcissistic billionaire. i'm thinking el chapo. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i don't think that's legal. i don't think that's possible. i mean, again, i can google it. so, what do you say to anyone who's undecided still? >> well -- [ laughter ] i would say, really? first of all. really? i mean, he's a racist, a liar, a tax cheat, a deadbeat, a a russian agent, and a sexual predator. [ cheers and applause ] how do you find your way out of the door in the morning? is what i would say to the undecideds. but no, what i would say to the undecides, what i'm trying to say here, this is a different beast than we've ever
>> and i shouldn't have been so hard on republicans in the past, because they -- i said horrible things about george bush, but he respected the first amendment. he respected the constitution. [ cheers and applause ] this guy does not. this will be a completely different country. and by the way, young people, when fascists take over, they don't give up power. get used to president trump for life. >> jimmy: i knew you were going to be -- have strong opinions, so i -- [ laughter ] but that's why we love you. that's why we -- >> i'm just teg the idea that america is in a a horrible place, and that's why we need the guy who can make it great again. but america isn't in a horrible place! [ cheers and applause ] it's just their alternative reality. >> jimmy: yes! >> they cannot -- the black president actually did well. [ cheers and applause ] yes. >> jimmy: absolutely. >> but they can't -- that's not in their -- yeah, we actually
facts, figures, they're not in the bible, but we use them now. unemployment was 10%. now it's 4.9%. the stock market was at 6900. now it's at 18,000. okay? the black president did well. but in their alternative reality, the black president is horrible. america's hanging by a thread. i mean, if you listen to them, there's always a cold knife at your throat and a brown [ bleep ] at your lips. [ audience ohs ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this is not hbo. i don't know if you know this. [ laughter ] >> it is tonight. it always is when i'm here. all right, bring out the cubs, jimmy. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we love having you on the show. thank you very much for coming on. and come back when -- bill maher, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] catch "real time with bill maher" friday nights at 10:00 p.m. on hbo. we'll be right back with the
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three games to one to the cleveland indians before staging a histic that ended in game seven that is being labeled the best baseball game of all time. [ cheers and applause ] please welcome, from the world champion chicago cubs, anthony rizzo, dexter fowler, and world series mvp ben zobrist! [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: get in here. i mean -- i mean, you can -- i mean, the world -- [ cheers and applause ] the world -- the world is in love with you guys. thank you so much for coming on the show. congratulations. it was the best -- it really was the best baseball game. i wish that you could have seen it. [ laughter ] >> i've seen it probably about five times on replay already. >> jimmy: you were working. you were working. it was unbelievable. and i just -- i freaked out. and we have a writer on our show named albertina rizzo, who's a big cubs fan and we all watched together with the writers, and she wouldn't stand up. she was superstitious that
and she squatted the whole game. [ light laughter ] every inning, she squatted. and for the whole game, extra innings, rain delay, whatever it was. [ laughter ] but she did it just to make you guys win. i mean, there was people -- >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: she did it. were you guys -- are you guys superstitious at all? did you do anything that you go, "oh, we got to keep doing this because now we're winning?" go, "ah, i shouldn't have put my hat on like that, 'cause now they scored?" >> we definitely don't change seats on the bench when things are going well. >> that's true. >> everybody stays exactly -- >> same seats. same thoughts. >> i was doing the same thing for the whole playoffs. if i had a good game and we won, the same thing the next day. broke my phone in the nlcs, didn't get it fixed, because if i got it fixed, we wouldn't win the world series. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i love that stuff. >> still broken. >> jimmy: leave it broken. leave it broken. yeah. this is just -- this is just the tip of the iceberg. you got to win next year now,
>> absolutely. >> jimmy: it was so exciting. what happened during the rain delay? like, what was that like? did you just -- >> you know what? it was j-hey, he called us all downstairs. everybody was everywhere, as you can imagine. and we were all mad, sad, there was a lot of -- lot of emotions everywhere. and, you know, he called us all in the weight room and we all hashed it out. and he said some words, and you know, it put everybody from here to here, and we went out like it was 0-0 and first to score wins. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: and you -- i don't understand how you -- you are just unbelievable. >> i don't understand either. [ cheers and applause ] [ audience chanting ] >> m.v.p! m.v.p! m.v.p! >> jimmy: i mean, mvp right there. >> thank you. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: also, i think you're
i think, because you were on the royals last year, they -- they won the world series. and then you left. you left and went over to the cubs, and i go, that must have been tough. were you like -- how -- what made that decision, and aren't you happy? [ light laughter ] >> yeah. of course i'm happy. >> jimmy: worked out pretty well. >> it did. i mean, i was a free agent last year, had the chance to choose a couple different places. and well, i grew up -- i was a a small town kid from illinois. so number one, just trying to for my home state. i mean, that was it. also, joe maddon managed me in tampa bay as well for several years, so i wanted to win a a championship with him. and then of course, i mean, 108 years, an elusive championship. who wouldn't want to try to win that championship? so, of course, i had to choose chicago. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it was great. but now have the indians been calling you? is cleveland calling you like every week? "hey, you thinking about making a move?" >> yeah, i'm locked up.
>> jimmy: all right, yeah, yeah. how was it, the parade? what did it feel like? because you know there was -- 5 million people, is that correct? >> yeah. >> it was unbelievable. i mean, there was people hanging out of trees and buildings just to get a view. it was unbelievable. >> when you're up there and speaking, it was crazy because usually you -- you know, if you're speaking at a conference or something, you see the end. there was no end. [ light laughter ] >> there was just people. >> see, you have people in trees. >> literally. it was crazy. >> jimmy: and do you know how much it means to people, just especially at this time in america, we need -- [ cheers and applause ] we needed something. we needed something. i mean, besides "the tonight show" being on every night for an hour. but we needed -- even i was like, this is just -- i didn't want it to end. it was so great and i think what was also great, got to give props to cleveland. i think they handled it well. they were so classy.
sides. very classy, very kind of friendly, even though it was angry baseball. it was -- it was like, oh yeah, i could see this guy going this way. but it was really well done, and i -- i'm not speaking for chicago fans, but i'm kind of happy it wasn't at wrigley, because i feel like it would have been just ripped to the ground. [ laughter ] people would have taken souvenirs and the mess that would have been. but when you go back, that's going to be another moment. that's gonna be -- tears. i mean, water works. just crying. >> you know, it was the best -- >> jimmy: seriously -- >> it's the best feeling in the world. that parade, seeing everyone, all the fans crying. >> jimmy: yeah. >> cheering, just being silent, because they're in awe. it was amazing. >> jimmy: their -- their whole generation after generation, they've never seen the cubs win the world series. i mean, there's clips online of people like with their grandpas and videos of the grandpa, like, so happy.
cry. and i just love what you guys are doing. i heard this rumor that steve bartman -- is that his name? i hate to bring up his name if you don't like him, but, um -- [ light laughter ] he was the fan that jumped out and interrupted the play and kind of everyone said, oh, he cursed the cubs. there's a rumor that he was -- that he's been invited to throw out the first pitch next season. did you hear that? >> we haven't heard that yet. but that'd be amazing. history, no matter what. >> he totally should. he definitely should. >> it would only be right, though, if mois?s alou were to catch the ball. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: our congratulations to the 2016 world series champion chicago cubs! [ cheers and applause ] more "tonight show" after the break. stick around, everybody! [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: our next guest is a a grammy and tony award winning performer who you know from the broadway sensation, "hamilton." you can now see -- [ cheers and applause ] i know, he's amazing. you can now see him on the hit comedy, "black-ish," airing wednesdays at 9:30 p.m. on abc. and his rap group, clipping, is starting their european tour next month. everybody, please welcome daveed diggs. [ cheers and applause ] ? ? >> jimmy: how you doing? >> i'm so good. >> jimmy: everything good? >> everything is good. >> jimmy: you're always looking sharp. who's this? who makes this? >> comme des garcons, you know. >> jimmy: oh, comme des
congrats on winning the tony for "hamilton." [ cheers and applause ] i haven't seen you since. >> yeah, i know. >> jimmy: you were on the show, and we had fun, and you rapped. but then when you won, i was just so happy for you. >> oh man, that's like, yeah, i was so -- oh, i was so nervous last time i was on here, man. i'm so stressed out and then they played my music and i was just like -- >> jimmy: yeah. still a little nervous, right? >> yeah, oh, i'm terrified. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but you left "hamilton," which must have been tough, just leaving that show. but a lot of work, i imagine. >> jimmy: eight shows a week. >> eight shows a week. >> jimmy: broadway is just -- no one ever understands how really how hard that really is. >> it's hard, yeah. you don't really know how hard it is until you do it. but it's grueling. but you love it while you're doing it, and then you finish and you're like, thank god i'm not doing that. >> jimmy: now you're on "black-ish." how is the schedule different? is it hard? >> it's like, criminally easy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: really? >> like my first week there, i sort of kept looking around,
i felt like i was just stealing from people. you are giving me way more money to do way less work. >> jimmy: and anthony anderson who we love, he's like one of my favorite people ever, how's he doing? >> oh my god. >> jimmy: he's funny, right? >> oh my god. >> jimmy: he's great, right? >> he's such a trip. >> jimmy: i love him. >> yeah, he's so much fun. like you never know -- you never know what you're going get with him. we had a -- we had a camera operator who got his citizenship, and to celebrate that, anthony anrs a mariachi band. [ laughter ] they came onset in the middle of the day and he had to break open a pinata to celebrate his american citizenship. it was the funniest -- it was so good. >> jimmy: i love him. you got to tell him i give him my love. tell him i said hello, please. i was doing some research on you and i found out that your mom was a dj in the '70s >> she was. yeah, 70's and 80's mom's like -- >> jimmy: like a club's dj? >> yeah, yeah, kind of. she used to dj at this little
downstairs where she used to dj. apparently, this is all stories. >> yeah, berkeley. >> berkeley. >> jimmy: one person. he's not even -- he's not even from there. he just yells berkeley every show. yeah, it's like a normal thing. sorry about that. so, do you think that's where you got your talent from, your musical taste? >> i don't know. certainly, i grew up listening to those records. it's funny. my mom's like a very small white woman, and my dad always described that club as, like, the place -- like black people in the bay know, like, wednesday nights, you go see this little white lady spin at the graduate. >> jimmy: here's a recent picture of you and your mom, right here. >> yeah, that's mom. [ applause ] >> jimmy: did she have a -- she's cute. did she have a dj name? >> i'm pretty sure it was just barbara. [ laughter ] dj barbara. >> jimmy: dj barbara with the wheel of steel.
explosions sound effect. >> pyrotechnics. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. >> and then she just walks out like 5'1." >> jimmy: she must be so proud of you. >> she is. she's seen "hamilton" like 15 times. yeah, it's great. i actually had to tell her to stop. [ laughter ] posting on facebook and stuff. it got a little much but she is very proud and i'm -- you know, it's nice to be financially stable. she's very happy. >> jimmy: clipping, what's happening with your group? >> oh man, well, we just put an album out about a month ago, "splendor and misery." if you haven't heard it, you should probably check it out. [ cheers and applause ] it's on sub pop records and deathbomb arc, and we just finished a little tour along the east coast and then we go to europe in december and we're -- we'll do a little mini-tour there. yeah, all kinds of stuff. so much music is happening. me and tariq got projects together. right? this bars mix tape we're doing.
there's a really cool project dropping in a couple weeks. >> jimmy: how would you describe clipping, just hip-hop or what -- >> yeah. i mean, to us, they're rap songs. to a lot of people, it sounds like noise. i mean, there's -- we don't -- there are a bunch of sort of rules to the band that, like, we don't use sampled instruments or whatever, so every -- every sound that we make is either synthesized or we do field recording, so we'll go push a trash can down some stairs and use that as the drums instea because, like, quest is good at the drums, but we're not. >> jimmy: let the drummer drum. exactly, yeah. but you gave us a little taste last time and i thought maybe tonight, since we have this microphone -- [ cheers and applause ] give a little bit? >> all right. well, look, here's the thing. yo, yo, yo, yo, yo. here's the thing, though. you already have, like, one of the greatest rappers in the
we didn't do something together. is that cool? [ cheers and applause ] so, let's just spit some bars about voting, right? there's an election tomorrow. i don't know if you knew that. [ cheers and applause ] ? not to make everything a matter of life and death ? ? i wouldn't say anything i don't like to waste my breath ? ? the pendulum swings slow whether you're right or left but you got a right to vote ? ? black thought go and express by the left we up the creek without a paddle ? ? the devil screamin' vote me in it's dystopian ? ? just put me in the new york times and the post again ? ? you'll find me at the polls the moment that it's openin' ? ? i really didn't prepare remarks but here's some choice words ? ? you got the power to change the world make your voice heard ? ? whatever will be will be as long as it was meant to be so we going to see daveed ? ? tell them about the history the right to vote ain't always ? ? been given to every citizen not until 1920 did it include any women and not until 1965 ? ? if you exhibit melanin and even now they try to stop us when they tellin' us lies about dead lines ?
and all this voter registration miseducation ? ? i'll be damned if after all that blood and fightin' for the ? ? right to be counted i don't get out my bed and fill out that ballot go vote tomorrow ? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: come on! come on! daveed diggs! black thought! [ cheers and applause ] "black-ish" airs wednesdays at 9:30 p.m. on abc. we'll be right back with a a performance from muna! [ cheers and applause ] ? remember 2007? smtphones? o m g ten years later, nothing's really changed. it's time to snap out of it. hello moto. snap on a jbl speaker. a projector.
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wasted on you trying to teach me a lesson ? ? well baby i am wanting from you you can try to be my hell to be my beating ? ? but every time i love myself it hurts your feelings so if i feel ? ? real good tonight i'm gonna put it high on the loudspeaker and if i feel like crying ? ? i won't hide it i am a loudspeaker i am a loudspeaker i am a loudspeaker ? ? what you've done to me well i've seen many
believe them well baby you've got another thing coming ? ? you can try to make me stop call it delusion but every time ? ? i don't shut up it's revolution so if i feel real good tonight ? ? i'm gonna put it high and if i feel like crying i won't hide it ? ? i am a loudspeaker i am a loudspeaker i am a loudspeaker ? ? i don't know where
i'm not gonna carry it all ? ? i don't know where the shame dies but it's helping me to scream this ? ? is not my fault i don't know where the blame lies ? ? but you better believe i'm not gonna carry it all i don't know where the shame dies ? ? but it's helping me to scream this is not my fault i don't know where ? but you better believe i'm not gonna carry it all i don't know where the shame dies? ? but it's helping me to scream this is not my fault ? ? ? so if i feel real good tonight i'm gonna put it high
? if i feel like crying i won't hide it i am a loudspeaker ? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: fantastic! fantastic! thank you so much! thank you so much! muna! [ cheers and applause ] "about u" is out february 3rd and available for pre-order now. we'll be right back, ladies and gentlemen. muna. [ cheers and applause ]
when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do
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? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to bill maher, daveed diggs, anthony rizzo, dexter fowler, ben zobrist, muna once again! [ cheers and applause ] and the roots right there from philadelphia, pennsylvania. stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. i hope to see you tomorrow. bye-bye, everybody! [ cheers and applause ]
>> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- john goodman, star of broadways "falsettos," actor, andrew rannells. music from the 1975. keith carlock ? [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyer [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: thank you all so much. how is everybody doing tonight out there? [ cheers and applause ] fantastic news. in that case let's get to the news. tomorrow is election day. "well, that's just not true," said kellyann conway.